Written by: Scott Hed, Alaska Sportsman’s Alliance
Editor’s Note: Anarticle on the investing site The Motley Foolyesterday suggests that the massive mining company behind the Pebble Project, Northern Dynasty Minerals, is in real financial trouble. In fact, the final sentence argues that. . .
Written by: Jim Lampros, Fishing Manager of Orvis Cleveland
The author shows off a big Great Lakes steelhead, as his fishing buddy looks on. Photo courtesy Jim Lampros
The rise in popularity of the Lake Erie steelhead fishery over the last decade has been well deserved. Erie and her tributaries unequivocally offer the best chance, be it East or West, for an angler to get his or her steelhead fix. The availability of public access, the proximity of. . .
Want even more proof that there’s no such thing as a “bad dog”? Check out the amazing transformation in Lucy, once rated “The Worst Dog in America.” As this report from “Good Morning America” shows, . . .
All service dogs are wonderful, talented, caring animals, but some dogs seem to take to their task with a gusto and enjoyment that goes beyond any training. When wheelchair-bound Tamandra Michaels got a. . .
Colin says that this photo captures the essence of his father, when he is untangling my line
as a young Colin stares into the camera. You can clearly make out the Orvis rod, too. Photo courtesy Colin Shaffer
[Editor’s Note: Orvis head of Rod & Tackle Steve Hemkens was in the Orvis rod shop awhile back, and rod-repair supervisor Jim West happened to show Steve the letter below, which accompanied a broken fly rod. Steve was touched by the letter, and asked Jim to. . .
Photoshopping photos is, of course an Internet staple, and most of the results are amateurish and/or puerile. But every once in awhile, an interesting project comes along, such as the one shown here, which puts dog’s heads on the bodies of. . .
A New Hampshire boy by birth, Tim Linehan has been in northwestern Montana for more than two decades. All photos courtesy Tim Linehan
Tim Linehan operates Linehan Outfitting Company, in Troy, Montana, where he has been based since 1992. He is also the 2013 Orvis-Endorsed Fly-Fishing Guide of the Year, an honor that is no surprise when you. . .